Thank you for your patience as our tech support team works as quickly as possible to take your calls. Experiencing a high call volume can lead to increased wait times, but rest assured, we are working as quickly and efficiently as possible to assist all customers. We appreciate you and thank you for your understanding.
With more students and families online than ever before working and learning from home, bandwidth availability and usage is of the utmost importance. CNSNext has seen a massive increase in network usage over the last several weeks with daily Internet traffic nearly doubled today from what it was just a few months ago. More information about how CNSNext staff is working to continue to provide uninterrupted service throughout this unprecedented time can be found here.
Read More » Posted on May 4, 2020
Severe weather, including damaging winds, rain, and tornadic activity, passed through the southwest Georgia area on Thursday, April 23rd. The severe weather caused damage to power and telecommunication networks throughout the area, affecting many CNSNext customers. As soon as the weather passed and it was deemed safe to do so, CNSNext staff immediately deployed to assess the damage and begin repairs to bring customers back online. “CNSNext staff always work as quickly as possible to...
Read More » Posted on Apr 27, 2020
Severe weather in our service areas has the potential to impact CNSNext services. For the quickest service possible, if you experience an outage, please call: Baconton, Camilla, Pelham: 229-336-7857 Cairo: 229-377-9515 Doerun, Moultrie, Norman Park: 229-891-3264 Thomasville: 229-227-7086
Read More » Posted on Apr 23, 2020
Wednesday, April 22nd from approximately 11am-1pm, WTWC, WTLH and WTLF will be performing routine maintenance on their tower. This may temporarily affect the following channels: NBC, Fox, The CW, Charge, Heroes and Icons, Comet, and/or TBD TV. Thank you for your patience as these networks perform their maintenance work.
Read More » Posted on Apr 22, 2020
**ATTENTION all cities** An issue with our Emergency Alert System has caused all cable boxes to tune to channel 14 and is not allowing customers to change the channel. To fix this, simply power off your cable box, then power it back on. We apologize for this strange inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Read More » Posted on Apr 16, 2020
Attention Thomasville customers: For the health and safety of customers and staff and in observance of social distancing best practices, if you need to return CNSNext equipment of any kind, please call 227-7001 to schedule a time to drop off your equipment. A staff member will be happy to meet you at the front door to take your information and get your equipment checked in from a safe distance. Thank you for your patience and assistance as we all work through COVID-19 together!
Read More » Posted on Mar 31, 2020
CNSNEXT CONTINUES TO SUPPORT COMMUNITIES THROUGH CONNECTIVITY CNSNext is taking steps to keep communities connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. “This is an unprecedented time,” said Don Atkinson, Chief Executive Officer of the South Georgia Governmental Services Authority/CNSNext. “We are working hard to provide much-needed Internet access to as many people in our service area as possible. Our goal is to manage and maintain connectivity, as our schools and workplaces look to...
Read More » Posted on Mar 27, 2020
Thank you for your patience as our tech support team works as quickly as possible to take your calls. Experiencing a high call volume can lead to increased wait times, but rest assured, we are working as quickly and efficiently as possible to assist all customers. We appreciate you!
Read More » Posted on Mar 25, 2020
Effective Monday, March 23rd, CNSNext technicians will actively work to connect and serve our customers, from outside the residence or business ONLY. Technicians will not be providing services inside the premise until this crisis has passed. Techs will attempt to work with customers from the outside and deliver equipment for a customer self-install when possible. There will be many cases where the self-install option is not feasible nor possible. These cases will have to be rescheduled at...
Read More » Posted on Mar 23, 2020
CNSNext has created a page on its website that has information and resources available regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Information can be found here: https://cnsnext.com/covid-19 Changes to CNSNext’s operating procedures will be updated here. Subscribers can also find information here outlining available previews available from programming partners.
Read More » Posted on Mar 19, 2020
Did You Know? We are in the solar interference (sunspots) period during which degradation or loss of satellite signals may occur. Solar interference is an inherent part of satellite operations and occurs in the spring and fall of each year. This takes place when the orbital positions of the satellite and the sun are in one line. The earth station at our headend receives signals from both, but the more powerful sun overrides the desired programming signal causing a loss or degradation of...
Read More » Posted on Mar 6, 2020